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Results of a community-driven intervention in rural Zambia to reduce child mortality – Evidence Brief

As the global development agenda converges around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aims for Universal Health Coverage (UHC), there is much emphasis on the need for an inclusive development approach. To achieve...

Importance of gender empowerment to reducing malaria mortality in Zambia – Evidence Brief

Gender equality and women’s empowerment are key to achieving universal health coverage. They are also important in their own right as a means to achieve sustainable development. Building on a successful gender mainstreaming...

Adapting a severe malaria intervention in Zambia in the context of COVID-19 – Evidence Brief

In early March 2020, coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Many countries had started to take steps to isolate suspected cases, ban mass gatherings and public events, close schools...

Scaling up rectal artesunate in Zambia – Evidence Brief

Over 7,500 malaria deaths occurred in Zambia in 2018 and children under six are the most susceptible due to their lack of immunity. MAM@Scale empowered Zambian families in five districts (Chitambo, Serenje, Chama, Manyinga...

Case study: Chitambo District Health Office (DHO) partnering with MAM@Scale in the COVID-19 response

The collaboration between Chitambo District Health Office (DHO) and MAM@Scale has been very effective, not only in the treatment of severe malaria at community level using rectal artesunate, a pre-referral drug, but also...

Case Study: Baron educates people on malaria, emergency transport systems and COVID-19 on air

Fwanta is a community in the Kabamba area of Serenje District, Zambia.  In the past, many people in Fwanta who developed medical complications, be it maternal or malarial related, died because people wrongly interpreted the...

Case Study: Brenda Kundo

Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) are the backbone of the health system in rural Zambia, where they provide invaluable health advice to their communities, which are located prohibitively far from health facilities. Before...

Staying Safe in the Workplace – COVID-19 Information for the Health Supply Chain Workforce

Since Zambia recorded its first confirmed COVID-19 case in March 2020, the transport and logistics industry has been under increasing pressure to maintain supply chains of essential goods and medicines across the country....

Protect Yourself Against COVID-19 – Information for Professional Drivers Working in Zambia factsheet

Since Zambia recorded its first confirmed COVID-19 case in March 2020, the transport and logistics industry has been under increasing pressure to maintain supply chains of essential goods and medicines across the country....

The potential role of mobile phone technology in rural motorcycle and three-wheeler taxi services in Africa

Over the last two decades, motorcycle and motorised three-wheeler taxis have become important means of transport in many sub-Saharan African countries, including in rural areas. However, the emerging role of mobile phone...

Article – How MAM@Scale adapted to tackle COVID-19 whilst maintaining momentum in the fight against malaria

2020 marked the start of the Decade of Action on Sustainable Development, which aims to accelerate progress towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. However, this year also saw the emergence of a new...

CASE STUDY: Emmanuel Zambo PDT-U COVID-19 Response Project – Uganda

In June 2020, Transaid launched a COVID-19 response programme to support heavy goods vehicle (HGV) drivers in Uganda, supported by the Employment and Skills for Development in Africa (E4D) Programme. Working with local...

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